Commercial Lending Best Practices For an entrepreneur, business funds are critical to kick starting your enterprise, or pushing it to the next level. There are several best practices when it comes to commercial lending that can increase your chances of getting a loan. For starters, you must remember that lending is primarily based on risk. Below are tips that will help you build your case to potential commercial lenders.Evaluate your Business Critically The best way to evaluate your business is through the eyes of the lender. Obtain several loan applications, and assess your business based on the lender’s requirements....Read More
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The World Of Currency Trading On a daily basis currencies around the world are traded back and forth. This is known as currency trading or the foreign exchange market (Forex) It is a multi-trillion dollar market. Forex trading can be done by individual retail investors, corporations as well as financial institutions. Placing retail currency trades is usually done through brokers and other market makers. The brokers will place the trades on the corresponding interbank market. Forex Trading Is Unique Currency trading is not like trading stocks, mutual funds, options or futures. It does not happen on a regulated exchange....Read More
What Does the Future Hold for Online Payment Processing? In an era of always-on internet connectivity, consumers are determined to work with those businesses which can provide them with the most convenient digital experience – and that includes when they pay. Whether it’s for a one-off payment or signing up for a recurring subscription, digital payment processing is one of the most rapidly evolving industries in the still-young internet age. We’ve come a long way since the mid-90s, but what does the future hold for online payment processing? Mobile, Mobile, Mobile If we had to use one word to...Read More
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